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Understanding how the brain learns, functions and stays healthy.
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David Rock | The science of decision making

David Rock | The science of decision making | Learning, Brain & Cognitive Fitness | Scoop.it
Which is the most productive time of day, why naps are necessary, and why your CEO is not likely to be as stressed as you are at work
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Great overview of neurleadership..."Most of your actions are unconscious rather than conscious and it takes great effort to make your brain concentrate on a task, says David Rock, the man who coined the term “NeuroLeadership”. Author of the 2009 best-seller Your Brain at Work, Rock was in Bangalore on 25 January to present a programme on “The Neuroscience of Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring” to a group of corporate leaders. "

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Female Neuroleadership

Female Neuroleadership | Learning, Brain & Cognitive Fitness | Scoop.it

"Female NeuroLeadership is a project created by About my Brain to show the latest research on gender differences in leadership, biographies of interesnting women throughout history, news about our brain, how it works and how to take care of it. We intend to bring new light on the importance of regulating our emotions to optimize our performance and improve our everyday relationships.
We are living in a world where very distinct disciplines are working together, thus creating interdependencies never seen before. About my Brain intends to bring three communities together: neuroscience, business and arts." (Website)

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Three Ways to Think Deeply at Work

Three Ways to Think Deeply at Work | Learning, Brain & Cognitive Fitness | Scoop.it

"A study of 6,000 people conducted by the NeuroLeadership Group in collaboration with a large healthcare firm asked respondents questions about where, when, and how people did their best thinking. Only 10 percent said it happened at work. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we've been looking at ways to bring more of that deep thinking into the workplace. More specifically, we've been conducting research into what brain science shows us about how leaders think, develop, and perform, and recently we've been studying the role of the unconscious mind.

We've identified three particularly promising techniques, backed up by research, than can help you think more deeply.."

 

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